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Cumulonimbus Mammatus In Lea Co, NM.

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Cumulonimbus Mammatus clouds in Lea County, NM yesterday evening.
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Sights & Sounds Of A Summer T-Storm - Carlsbad, NM 7-19-2014.

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Published on Jul 20, 2014
This severe thunderstorm moved southeastward out of Chaves County Saturday night, and into Carlsbad just before midnight. it produced damaging thunderstorm wind gusts in excess of 60 mph in Dexter, NM (Chaves County). Large trees were blown down around Dexter and a shed was toppled at the Lake Van Wildlife Fish Hatchery. A semi trailer being used to store household goods was rolled just north of Artesia on Mill and Bolton Rd's. Golf ball size hail fell in south Artesia at 10:55 PM MDT.
A thunderstorm wind gust to 58 mph was recorded in Carlsbad at the municipal golf course, and a gust to 54 mph was recorded at the airport. I recorded the sights and sounds of this thunderstorm starting at 11:56 PM MDT, Saturday, July 19, 2014 as it rolled into town.
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Severe Thunderstorms In The Pecos Valley Saturday Night.

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Blog up dated at 3:37 PM MDT.



Damaging thunderstorm wind gusts associated with the severe thunderstorm that rolled through Artesia last night rolled this semi trailer over northeast of Artesia on Mill and Bolton Rds. Homeowner was using the trailer to store household goods after a fire earlier this year. 3.50" of rain fell at that location too. Photos are courtesy of Carrie Greenwood of Artesia, NM.
Severe thunderstorms rolled into Artesia around 10:45 PM MDT last night. Golf ball size hail was reported by the public in south Artesia at 10:55 PM. 

Strong thunderstorm winds downed trees at Lake Van near Dexter in Chaves County  Saturday evening. Courtesy of Ernestine Reza's.




Large tree blown down last night east of Dexter, NM as well as a
shed at the US Wildlife Fish Hatchery in Dexter. Photos are courtesy
of Jennifer Coats of Dexter.
GRLevel3 2.00 Midland NWS Dual Pol Doppler Radar Estimated Rainfall Totals.
NWS Mesonet 24 Hour Rainfall Totals As Of 8 AM MDT.
Overnight t-storms droppe…

Artesia Sunset.

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Artesia, New Mexico sunset yesterday.
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Pump Jack Rainbow.

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Just wondering if there is any gold at the end of this rainbow in that pump jack? I took this photo this morning along State Hwy 128 just inside the Eddy County line.
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Heavy Rains In Parts Of Eddy County New Mexico.

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Thunderstorms once again dumped localized heavy rains over parts of Eddy County yesterday afternoon, and overnight. Some locations near Whites City, and Carlsbad Caverns National Park received 3" - 5" according to radar estimates. The Pine Springs Raws recorded 3.30" of rainfall. I picked up .14" here in Carlsbad for a two day total of .34".
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Reality In America Now!

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Obama Is Keeping His Promise To Fundamentally Transform America.
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Super Moon 7-12-2014.

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Last night's "Super Moon" rising over the Red Hills Gas Plant located 22 miles west-northwest of Jal, NM.
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Will The 2014 El Nino Be A Bust?

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The 2014 El Niño Is Looking More And More Like A Bust.

Sea Surface Temps & Anomalies Courtesy Of WeatherBell.
How many of you remember all of the hype and hopula that the media put out late this winter into this spring about the 2014 El Nino being a "Super El Nino" possibly as strong or stronger than the 1997 El Nino? The left will go to extremes to try and promote their Global Warming, Climate Change, agenda. Well here is the latest and its not looking too good for their propaganda.  
Peru says El Niño threat over, waters cooling and fish returning. LIMA (Reuters) – The worst of the potentially disastrous weather pattern El Nino is now behind Peru and cooling sea temperatures are luring back schools of anchovy, the key ingredient in fishmeal, authorities said on Friday. Temperatures in Peru’s Pacific peaked in June, rising 3 degrees Celsius (5.4 Fahrenheit) above average levels, but have since retreated and will likely return to normal by August, the state committee that st…

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